Yoshi and Baby Mario are about to embark on another wild adventure, this time on the Nintendo DS! Using the Nintendo DS system’s two screens and touch-screen capability, you’ll have to help Yoshi guard Baby Mario and guide him to safety. On vertical-action levels, players must use the stylus to draw clouds on the touch screen to protect Baby Mario from enemies and lead him to Yoshi. On horizontal side-scrolling levels, players must use the stylus to look out for Yoshi as he gallops across the countryside. On top of all that, [i]Yoshi’s Touch & Go[/i] also features two-player wireless play.
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